We are entering an artificial intelligence revolution. To power the technology of the future and create amazing new experiences, we need to unlock the power of data. Its collection, storage and analysis continue to change and grow, having more of an impact on our everyday lives than ever before. With advances in artificial intelligence, 5G connectivity, autonomous driving and virtual reality, Intel is taking the next steps to reimagine how data will create amazing new experiences that will transform our daily lives.
On Monday, Jan. 8, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich will return to CES to deliver the pre-show keynote address with a focus on how data is shaping the innovation of the future. The keynote is the first to take place in the Park Theater, a new state-of-the art facility on the grounds of the Monte Carlo hotel. The space will be designed from the ground up to deliver a truly amazing experience.
Intel will also retain its large show floor presence once CES opens with a brand-new cutting-edge booth at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Located in Central Hall South at #100048, the booth will feature an exclusive second-floor media lounge complete with new immersive and highly visual elements. More details on Intel’s presence at CES will follow in the coming weeks.
When: 6:30 p.m. PT, Jan. 8, 2018
Where: Park Theater, Monte Carlo hotel
Watch the Live Stream: Not attending CES 2018? Tune in live on Intel’s Facebook page or the Intel Newsroom.
Press Kit: CES 2018
Media Contact: Stephen Gabriel, Intel Global Communications, firstname.lastname@example.org
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